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CANEUS 2004 Conference on Micro-Nano-Technologies
A micro-scale regenerative heat exchanger has been designed, optimized and fabricated for use in a micro-Stirling device. Novel design and fabrication techniques enabled the minimization of axial heat conduction losses and pressure drop, while maximizing thermal regenerative performance. The fabricated prototype is comprised of ten separate assembled layers of alternating metal-dielectric composite. Each layer is offset to minimize conduction losses and maximize heat transfer by boundary layerdoi:10.2514/6.2004-6730 fatcat:ahx2hytuyrfhxfl2niqqrsj4sy